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Now I ave your attention, this is a very popular sports bar frequented by locals. Friday nights after work, get here early or forget about it.
It has a very cool vibe and they even have wood oven pizzas. Friday after work, a definite!
A group of us had a show to attend at the Sydney Opera House and this place was within walking distance. Drinks and dinner at this place were fantastic. Service was brilliant and very well looked after. We were able to split the bill which...was helpful and the food was delicious. Looked like a busy place on most days given its location.More
Came here for an early dinner and it was clear this is a locals spot. Lots of business workers in having a drink after work. I like the open atmosphere and there was spots on the TV's. They even had a spots book next door....I had the fish and fries and it was good. Service was also good. One thing is you do prepay here even if you do sit down service.More
I needed to find a place for dinner in the CBD that offered reasonably priced food and alcohol when meeting up with my son and his mate. The Flynn offered both. The chicken wings and dumplings were delicious and the $5 beers from 5-7pm were...great value. Friendly staff and atmosphere felt like being in a pub in the country. Will definitely be returning if only for the dumplings.More
Bit of a rushed dinner at the end of the day and called in to the Flynn, recommended by hotel I was staying at. Nice little pub with a great selection of beers on tap, and the chef dishes up a great steak - lean,...tasty and beautifully cooked. Not a big meal, but a really great meal.More
Chicken Parmigiana was lovely and the chips were awesome.
However some of my colleagues had to wait for an extended period for their meals (ie received meals after we had finished). With faster schnitzel output this could be a 4 or 5 star establishment.
A fantastic meal! Found a Groupon and decided to try this while visiting Sydney. The staff were extremely friendly, welcoming and polite. We chose the Duck Pizza. The ingredients were fresh and tasted delicious. The fries were crispy and not oily or over salted. The...South West Chicken Burger was succulent and full of flavour in a soft, fluffy bun. Would go back if ever in Sydney again.More
It was a farewell so really more of a venue that a bar. The staff are helpful and efficient but it is noisey so people arrive and leave early unless they have been there before. Food is largely chips so mostly a one-drink and go
I guess it is what it is - a pub that offers some food. Had the chicken parmi - I think they go for quantity not quality. A lot of food but not overly special. Was busy but still had to hunt for wait service....Errol would be turning in his grave.More
When a work colleague suggested The Flynn for lunch, I thought 'why not?'. What a mistake. While the atmosphere and prices were reasonable, the service left much to be desired. 2 of us placed orders for the table, separately but at the same time. One...order came out and my colleague was able to completely finish his meal before ours was even thought of. We waited for a few more mins for the rest of the meals but none came. When we enquired, we were told with a shrug that it'd be another 10-15mins and there was nothing they could do about it. Now I understand they were busy, so when I let them know that our table had ordered at the same time but only one order had been fulfilled (and already completely eaten) so it wasn't unreasonable for us to ask, I was greeted with another shrug and again told 'I can't do anything about it.
So after a thoroughly disappointing meal, we all agreed we'd never come back again.
I don't suggest you waste your time either.More
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